Apple co-founder to speak at UT Feb. 1

December 9, 2015 | UToday, Honors
By Kim Goodin

Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple Inc. and Silicon Valley icon, will come to UT Monday, Feb. 1, to speak as part of UT’s Jesup Scott Honors College Lecture Series.

Wozniak and Apple co-founder Steve Jobs revolutionized the computer industry with the Apple I and II personal computers. These early designs influenced today’s Mac computer and innovative products that impact daily living, including the iPhone, iPad, iTunes and AppleTV.

HP-64-Honors-series-web-banner-WozniakWozniak will speak at 7 p.m. in Savage Arena. Tickets are free, but some limits on quantities apply.

Because the event will likely be of high interest, John A. Barrett Jr., interim provost and executive vice president for academic affairs, recommends that those planning to attend get their tickets soon.

“We’ve already moved the event twice, from Doermann Theater to Nitschke Hall Auditorium, and now from Nitschke to Savage Arena,” Barrett said. “We’ve also distributed 1,000 tickets, and once news of the lecture is announced to the public, we anticipate a flood of requests.”

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